The ninth annual Lummis Day Festival is on! There’ll be music, dancing, art and of course celebrations dedicated to legendary Charles Lummis, founder of the Southwest Museum.
Sunday, June 1, 2014
Held at both:
Lummis Home and Garden
200 E Avenue 43
Gates Open at 10 am
3800 Homer Street
Gates Open at 12 noon
Activities include arts, crafts, readings, costumes, dance and plenty of music including Cumbia, “post-punk glam indie rock opera,” meringue, gospel, classic 1930’s style big-band jazz dance, flamenco, Celtic acoustic music, rock, punk, folk and much more.
Dancers represent salsa, tap, modern dance and folkloric styles. You can hear readings from broad range of award-winning poets, see works of abstract and figurative art, enjoy lively theater performances.
There will be lots of things for families and kids to do together.